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, the hoover dam. and even today, it's still celebrated by advocates of big spending as an example of the wonderful things government should do. >> the project of national significance, we've got the projects on the menu right now and we've got to figure whether or not we're still a country that can think this big. >> and i think they are winning in the marketplace of idea, advocates of big spending. most people think economies won't take care of themselves, government has to control them. >> and yet, here we have the greatest examples of the opposite. with the great depression and the current situation, for somebody to think that this was caused by the free market when you have fannie and freddie with the regulations and federal reserve pumping the system with cheap credit. interest only and have no job. you know, that's not the free market at work, that's crony capitalism at its worst. >> thank you, tom woods, damon root. election season is underway and so now we're going to get those ugly, nasty campaign ads. worse than ever i'm told, but that's a myth, too. want to see a really
big disappointment for the prosecution. any regrets? meet the prosecutor you saw working tirelessly on the casey anthony murder trial. jeff ashton went on the record about the challenges he faced in his final case as a florida state prosecutor. jeff, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> greta: i've won and also cases. it is tough to lose a case. even when you should, it? >> it is difficult to put that much time and energy into something, it is tough. >> greta: if the remains had been found in august, did any of your experts say they would have been any more powerful or more potent position to give you an opinion as to the cause of death? >> most of the experts have told us that in all likelihood, pardon me, by the beginning of july, the body was completely skeletonized. there might have been some difference in the evidence. essentially her body was in the form we saw it in december all the way back in late july, august. so it would have still been a skeleton at that point. >> greta: before judge and cindy took the stand and they may be perceived -- before george and cindy to
pension promises in the 1990s, big promises that they can't pay for, most of those politicians are gone now and the current politicians are stuck with the problems. it is a dysfunctional system because you make promises now that have to be paid for 10, 20 years in advance. >> what is going happen. some cases they are saying new employees we are going to pay you less but in order to stiff the older employees this happened to you they have to declare bankruptcy and get reorganized bay judge who says okay, you can -- doesn't seem fair that your city has a golf course they are losing money on. they didn't get rid of that. >> should sell that. >> they should sell that. >> and now finally paying a third of what they promise. >> exactly. >> are you happy with that? >> no, i'm not. not at all. >> and part of the problem is what you have to do is do this in a way that fixes the system now by reduces the costs now for those people who are currently work something that you can continue to pay your retirees otherwise you still have the situation where you say we will save the system for the people
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